Vol 62, No 4 (2011)

Date published: 2012-04-30

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MARITIME MEDICINE Original articles

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: introduction

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):209-209.

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: 1 historical perspective

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):210-216.

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: 2. a framework for analysis

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):217-223.

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: 3 illness and injury in seafarers

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):224-240.

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: 4 safety and performance at sea

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):236-244.

Mapping the knowledge base for maritime health: conclusions

Tim Carter

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):245-246.

The morbidity of malaria: a strategy for seafarer safety

Corinne Idnani, Andrzej Kotłowski

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):247-253.

Varicella at sea: a two-year study on cruise ships

Fabio Acevedo, Arthur L. Diskin, Eilif Dahl

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):254-261.

Loss of health certificates among offshore petroleum workers on the Norwegian Continental Shelf 2002–2010

Alf Magne Horneland, Bente E. Moen, Kari Anne Holte, Suzanne L. Merkus, Kjersti Lunde Ellingsen, Tim Carter, Randi W. Aas, Arne Johan Ulven

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):266-275.

Assessment of physical, environmental, and cardiac strain in 43 operators (wearing protective equipment) conducting clean-up of heavy oil products

B. Loddé, E. Quidelleur, C.L. Igoho-Zephir, M.B. Eniafe-Eveillard, P. Choucroun, J.D. Dewitte, A. Baert

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):276-285.

Assessment of the European Guide for Risk Prevention in Small Fishing Vessels. Guide applicability in Polish coastal fishing

Maria Jeżewska, Marta Grubman-Nowak, Bogdan Jaremin, Irena Leszczyńska

International Maritime Health 2011;62(4):286-290.

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